|Roland’s fastest, most advanced wide format printer to date
Roland DG introduces the 64 inch SolJet Pro4 XF-640 - the company's fastest wide format printer to date. The XF-640 incorporates next generation dual print heads and redesigned take up and pinch roller systems, plus a host of other advanced features for high quality imaging at a maximum print speed of 102m²/hr.
"Today, more than ever, high speed large format printers are in demand across our industry," said Brett Newman, Technical Director, Roland DG (UK). "While high volume production is the goal for many of these businesses, quality imaging is equally important. The XF-640 answers this need in the marketplace by combining exceptional print quality with reliable, high speed performance."
Designed for both outdoor and indoor applications, the XF-640 is the ideal production tool for signs, banners, vehicle wraps, window graphics, POP displays, exhibition show graphics, posters and more. The XF-640 features new, advanced print control technology that incorporates the industry's most advanced print heads in a staggered design for maximum productivity. Roland's newest eco-solvent inks, Eco-Sol Max 2, offer an expanded colour gamut for accurate image recreation as well as fast drying times to boost production and the dual mirrored CMYK ink configuration virtually eliminates banding for consistent colour imaging.
Like the rest of the Roland printer line, the XF-640 is easy to operate. A redesigned front loading ink cartridge unit provides easy ink access. With the XF-640, media loading levers are positioned in both the front and back for maximum convenience. Special media brackets support even the heaviest media rolls as they are loaded into place.
The XF-640 joins the SolJet Pro 4 XR-640, Roland's widest and fastest printer/cutter to date which was launched last September. The XR-640 also features advanced print head technology, mirrored print head configuration and Roland's Eco-Sol Max 2 inks, but the integrated print/cutter streamlines production by automatically printing and contour cutting printed graphics with extreme precision.
For more information, visit the Roland DG website www.rolanddg.co.uk/beast